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GLOBE
(By Mrs. Wm. Young)
Services at both churehes were well
attended on last Sunday. It was rally
day at the A. M. E. church. Mr 3
Mary E. Wilson, noted evangelist,
preached a grand sermon and all en
joyed her discourse. The collection
was $33.
Mt. View chapter, O. E. S., enter
tained last Thursday evening at the
residence of Mrs. B. Taylor, compli
mentary to Grand Patron C. Scott
The affair was a graDd success. Mr
Scott left Saturday morning for El
Paso, Texas.
Mrs. C. F. Watkins will leave next
week for El Paso, Texas.
Mrs. G. W. Price of Miami will
leave next week for San Antonio.
Texas, to visit her sister, who under
went an operation recently.
Mr. Wm. Campbell is very liberal
in his donations to both churches and
attends the meetings more often than
some of the members.
Reconstruction
is the order of the day.
If you have saved you
are fortified to meet its
opportunities. If you
have? not saved, recon
struct your methods
and start today.
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Phoenix Savings Bank
and Trust Company
Irvine Park
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Sunday: Musical concert from 4 p. m. tb 7p. m.
Monday: Open, for rint to anyone.
Tuesday: High class entertainment and dancing from 6 p. m. to 12
p. m. (Colored people only).
Wednesday: Open, for rent to anyone.
Thursday: Open, for rent to anyone.
Friday: High class entertainment and dancing from 6 p. m. to 12
p. m. (Colored people only).
HOT and COLD LUNCHES. ICE CREAM and COLD DRINKS -
ROY LUCAS, Manager
D. D. RESTAURANT
127 South Second Street
Short Orders Ice Cream Cold Drinks
We also serve Regular Meals. Old Fashion Home
Cooking. Come Here the Next Time
I. C. DARE, Prop.
EXTRA SPECIAL!
SUITS $25.00 AND UP
Made to Your Measure and
Guaranteed to Fit
YOU
Have your suits cleaned and pressed by expert tailors
Ladies’ and gentlemen’s hats cleaned and remodeled
American Tailors & Hatters
102 East Adams Street
PHONE 1551
STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY
SECOND 0 HOUSE FURNISHINGS amn°nn
HAND T ENTS ’ CAM P EQUIPMENT EX ch°AN G M
237-239 W. Washington St. Phoenix, Arizona.-
Mrs. Wm, Young was hostess at %
delightful entertainment given last
Sunday afternoon. Those present
were Mrs. B. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
Watkins, Mrs. W. F. Watkins. Mrs.
S M. Watkins, Misses Gladys Sum
mers and Z Z. Lewis, Mr. W. E. Cole
man, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson,
Mr. James Roberts, Mrs. G. W. Price,
Mrs. Susie Durr, Mrs. Dixie Leonard,
Mr. Thompson, Mrs. Wm. Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wilson, Miss
Gladys Sumemrs, Rev. and Mrs. Wm
Young accompanied Grand Patron
Scott to Miami last Friday to hear the
grand lecture which he delivered in
that. ciiy.
Mrs. Florence Tally will leave soon
for Los Angeles. We regret to lose
this good woman, for she is such a
splendid church worker and devout
Christian.
On last Tuesday evening Mrs. Flor
ence Tally entertained in honor of
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Young.
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PRESCOTT
( By Mrs. Dora Rose)
Hon. J. C. Scott of Texas arrived
in Prescott Monday afternoon, April
7 He gave the Chapter of the East
ern Star a higher degree and gave
the matron, Mrs. Paris Tabron, (be
matron's degree. In the evening he
delivered a lecture on “Masonry and
Its Relation to Christianity" and won
derfully impressed the people. All
who heard this- lecture say it was a
masterful discourse.
Mrs. J. A. Anderson entertained
Sunday in honor of Rev. W. F. Caftin
and Mrs. A. Forman. A sumptuous
repast was served and al! enjoyed the
feast Mrs. Forman left Monday for
her home in Gallup. Rev. Caftin,
who came to visit Mrs. Forman, left
later for his home.
Mr. Eugene Lindell is among the
new arrivals in Prescott. He came
from Old Mexico and is staying with
his grandmother, Mrs. Annie Roberts
The Specific Mortgage club was or
ganized last Tuesday by Mrs. L. J.
Harris. The club was formed for the
purpose of raising money to pay off
the mortgage on the church. Each
member has pledged herself to raise
at least $5 a month for sixteen
months and in this way the money
will he available when the notes fall
due. Following are the officers of the
club: Mrs. L. J. Harris, president;
Mrs. W. H. Young, treasurer, and sec-
THE PHOENIX TRTBTTNE—ALWAYS IMPROVING
retary. The organization starts out
with thirteen members.
Miss Marion Jordan gave an ice
cream social last Monday afternoon
at her home on South McCormick
street. This entertainment was given
for the purpose of raising $5 that Miss
Jordan had pledged herself to give
Miss Jordan is not quite nine years
old, but is an excellent church worker
and has helped in all the money
raising campaigns conducted recently
by the church.
Yuma-Somerton
Mrs, John Willis was the guest .if
Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon one even
ing last week and after several in
teresting games of whist the hostess
served a delightful repast.
Harvey’s Minstrels made a hit in
Yuma. Monday evening after the
show Mr. John Willis gave a dance
in the new Gondalfo theatre. Every
enjoyed the dance. Music was fur
nished by Harvey’s orchestra.
Mr. and Mrs. Tullis, Mr. and Mrs.
Caton. Mr. and Mrs.* Snowden,
Messrs. Potts, Wm. T. Rainwater
Felix Thompson and Geo. Thompson
of Somerton motored to Yuma Mon
day evening to enjoy the Harvey
Minstrels.
Mr. Stafford has fully recovered
from his illness. Mrs. Felix Me
Crery is reported convalescing from
a recent illness.
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RAY I
By Archie Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Redd moved
into their new home last Wednesday.
Mr. C. H. Vann has accepted a po
sition with the Ray Con.
Mrs. Archie Lewis is confined to
her bed with a severe case of tonsoli
tis.
Mrs. E. A. Henderson is suffering
with a badly decayed tooth,
Mr. Anthony Smith spent three days
in Hayden last week on business.
Mrs, A. Bueford is seriously ill at
her home in this city.
Sunny Side is a genuine city now.
The nice houses here that are owned
by the colored citizens, are a real
credit to the community.
Nothing much doing in Ray this
week. Nearly everybody is on the
sick list. Looks like an epidemic of
tonsolitis is going the rounds.
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| BISBEE
By Mvrtle Threat
Mrs. W. H. Lewis of Fort Huachuea
made a brief visit to this city la3t
week, leaving later for Los Angeles.
Calif.
Mesdames Willis Scott, Laddie Da
vis, G. Smith and a Mrs. West, also
Sergeant Bradley of Fort Huachuea,
were visitors in the city last week.
Privates B. F. Wilson, J. T. Green,
R. Manuel, C. Jenkins and Sergeant
M. Nelson of Naco were visitors in
the city last week.
Mr. and Mrs. .Ed Thornton have
purchase a nice litte five-room
house. It is in a good location and
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton are well
pleased with their new home.
Mesdames H. E. Thomas and Lizzie
Woods went to Pouglas last Sunday to
attend the annual sermon of the East
ern Star.
Tennesse
Shoe Shop
222 East Adams St.
The only Colored shoemaker and
repairer in Phoenix
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Phone 1306 C. S. V. JONES, Prop.

Liberty Bonds
BOUGHT
Cash Paid~No Delay
B. H. DODT
3 West Adams St.
Tailors and
Practical Hatters
Suits made to order
Ladies' and Gentlemen’s Hats
Cleaned, Blocked and Retrimmed.
Have Your Suits Cleaned and
Pressed by Expert Tailors
J. CALDERON, Prop.
102 East Adams Street
WINSLOW
(By Mrs. C. E. Blolce)
Mrs. Geo. Hartman returned Sun
day morning from an extended visit
in Texas. She reports a pleasant
trip.
Rev. Lewis of Flagstaff was in Win
slow Sunday and conducted services
for us. The church and Sunday
school are doing nicely. Great plans
are being made for an entertainment
to be given on the 24th inst.
The Reese Bros., minstrels, are in
Winslow and we find them a jolly
bunch of entertainers.
Mr. Eugene Libdell, brother of
Mrs. Joe Burkhardt, passed through
Winslow last week en route to his
home in Prescott.
The Santa Fe Giants played the In
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The little daughter of Mr. and Mr a
Bob Lewis is on the sick list.
A splendid program has been ar
ranged for Easier Sunday at the Sun
day school. Everybody should come
out and enjoy this rare treat.
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Indianapolis—Miss Alice May Her
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Advertise in The Phoenix Tribune
Saturday, April 19, 1919

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